Great Sermon! I really appreciate your Sermons. Thank you for uploading them. God bless you.
Must hear! I am grateful to B. McCausland for pointing us to this sermon. I have to admit that to an American ear, hearing this is not the easiest thing. But, one soon grows accustomed to the rather high pitched voice of the speaker.
The content and presentation covers a great deal of ground, hence the length of the sermon. Nevertheless I would encourage everyone who wishes to examine the Bible versions issue to listen to this, because it is quite thorough and the case is built up line upon line to leave no one in any doubt that the modern critical texts are grossly erroneous and that the Byzantine texts, and in particular the Received Texts were the traditional texts of the Churches from the earliest times to the late nineteenth century when they were set aside in favor of the corruptions upon which most modern versions are based.
B. McCausland (7/29/2015)
Valid approach Significant information. Very much appreciated
from eastern europe, Albania
Daniel C. (5/21/2011)
from Oklahoma, USA
A must hear! Thank you Pastor Watts for this outstanding message on a much-needed subject. It is full of Scripture, history and unction. May a new generation rediscover the old Book!
W. Fulton (4/11/2009)
from North Carolina
Essential Consideration! We believe this is the crux of the whole matter in considering Bible versions. Which TEXT has God preserved? Which ENGLISH BIBLE is the faithful rendering of God's Word? It cannot be that God Almighty allowed us to go for many years (even centuries) without a FAITHFUL COPY OF HIS HOLY WORD! And that faithful copy we have in the AV "King James" Bible. Before you become too deeply infected with "modern version mania," please take the time to hear this great message.
Malcolm Watts was born in 1946 in Barnstaple, North Devon, England. Brought up in a Christian home, he was called by grace in his teenage years, and subsequently, called into the ministry. He trained at London Bible College between 1967-70, and for fifty years from 1971 to...